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2 hours ago, Nip said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/health-67498212

 

 

Conspiracy theories undermined vaccination drive - Badenoch

 

 

"There was a lot of fear at this point," Badenoch says in response to questions about mistrust across some communities in the UK about vaccinations.

She says a lot of the work being done by her team was being undermined by conspiracy theories and mistrust from communities.

"There was a fear that a lot of the communication about disproportionate impact was actually secret conspiracy to scare ethnic minorities into taking vaccines, which was a way of the government 'culling the population'," she told the inquiry.

Badenoch says she was "particularly concerned" about how these conspiracies were affecting the uptake of vaccines.

So the world's most respected news outlet (haha) is still using the tired old phrase concocted by the guys in Langley VA to cover up their own involvement in the JFK assassination.

 

Increasingly it's all becoming conspiracy fact - or do the rich and powerful not gather in groups of two or more to make decisions to the detriment of everyone else? 

 

The BBC is really just a news obstruction service, same as when it was founded.

 

Its first recruits had started off earlier by dishing out the fake news from WW I... 'on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, everything is going splendidly, our boys are knocking the hun for six, carry on lads..' 

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11 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

 

 

Appeal Planned After New York Supreme Court Reinstates ‘Quarantine Camp’ Regulation

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/kathleen-hochul-ny-quarantine-camp-regulation-reinstated/

 

https://www.nycourts.gov/courts/ad4/clerk/decisions/2023/1117T1500/PDF/0722.pdf

 

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'Under the existing Public Health Law, she said, to isolate or quarantine someone, a physician would first confirm they had a disease and were unwilling to protect others. The health department would then investigate the allegation and if it deemed the person a “health threat,” would petition the court to hold an evidentiary hearing.

 

“The regulation is the complete opposite,” Cox said.

She explained:

“The Department of Health has full power. There’s no judge involved. You don’t get the right to an attorney until after you’re locked up. There’s no need for them to prove you’re sick. There’s no need for them to prove that you were exposed. There’s no need for them to prove you’re a public health threat to those around you. They can just lock you up or lock you down according to their whim for however long they want.”'

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2 hours ago, Bombadil said:

 

Fear porn Ai machine got left in auto pilot mode again and it seems to have developed a sick sense of humour(pun intended)

 

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'In the meantime it has recommended Chinese communities take preventative measures including getting vaccinated, wearing masks, keeping a distance from sick people, staying at home when ill and regular hand-washing.'

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On 11/22/2023 at 8:24 AM, bamboozooka said:

due to covid we have in a way been distanced by friends, family, society.

in the last few days i've had so many suggestions on youtube with videos on "god is isolating you for a reason"

whats it trying to tell me.

 

 

The world went insane, and you have to now clean up the mess, just a reminder in case you missed it, 🤪

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9 hours ago, Nip said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/health-67498212

 

 

Conspiracy theories undermined vaccination drive - Badenoch

 

 

"There was a lot of fear at this point," Badenoch says in response to questions about mistrust across some communities in the UK about vaccinations.

She says a lot of the work being done by her team was being undermined by conspiracy theories and mistrust from communities.

"There was a fear that a lot of the communication about disproportionate impact was actually secret conspiracy to scare ethnic minorities into taking vaccines, which was a way of the government 'culling the population'," she told the inquiry.

Badenoch says she was "particularly concerned" about how these conspiracies were affecting the uptake of vaccines.

Making it about race. Again. Fucking dispicable.

 

They want(ed) everyone culled, not just particular ethnicities.

 

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3 hours ago, numnuts said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-wiltshire-67496227

 

'Swindon hospital sees rise in respiratory illnesses.'

Probably caused by wearing dirty face masks for days on end.

 

And what do you know, there's another vax to 'help' combat the newly prevalent RSV:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-63729028

 

Doubtless this vax will produce side effects that will need to be treated with yet another drug. 

 

La La! The mad (but profitable) merry go round keeps going round... 

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4 hours ago, numnuts said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-wiltshire-67496227

 

'Swindon hospital sees rise in respiratory illnesses.'

 

As anti facts sir already pointed out in another thread that swindon was one of the first places made into a 'smart' city so people there are being heavily irradiated in a radiation kill zone:

 

Smart cities: bringing science fiction to Swindon’s high street

By Anita Jaynes on 5 December, 2020

You may have heard of Smart Cities as a concept, but for many it remains frustratingly vague. Simply put, it’s about combining technology and information to improve lives and services. Think of Swindon as a massive orchestra, and instead of different instruments, you would have various sensors. From traffic lights and post boxes, to sensors built into lampposts, bridges and pavements – all of them connected, and all of them working in symphony. 

It’s likely that, in the very near future, you could see smart technology become ubiquitous in Swindon. In our homes right now many of us have voice-activated devices, lightbulbs intelligent enough to switch off when people leave the room, and almost all of us are tethered to our smartphone. In time we will start to see a similar proliferation of smart devices in our local communities. 

The reasons for doing so are compelling. With an increased amount of smart city technology on our streets, analysts believe it could reduce fatalities, either by accidents or through crime, by 8-10%[ii]. In a city of five million people, that saves 300 lives each year. 

However, smart devices are not just about reacting to what the data is showing, it’s about being predictive as well and putting in place measures that will have a range of benefits. 

For all of this to work, data has to be shared effectively. If we are suddenly going to be ramping up the number of data cities are producing and capturing, we need to make sure the infrastructure is in place to handle it. 

https://www.tbeswindonandwilts.co.uk/technology-news/smart-cities-bringing-science-fiction-to-swindons-high-street/

UK's first WiFi town: Swindon to offer free wireless internet access to all

By Luke Salkeld for the Daily Mail
Updated: 12:06 EST, 17 November 2009

Until now it has been a town probably best known for its innovative approach to roundabouts.

But Swindon has unveiled plans which could make it a technological front runner by giving wireless internet access to every single one of its residents - for free.

The £1million project to build a 'WiFi Mesh' aims to provide blanket wi-fi coverage using a network of 'internet access points' at 1,400 locations.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1228506/WiFi-town-Swindon-offer-free-wireless-internet-access-all.html

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8 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Making it about race. Again. Fucking dispicable.

 

They want(ed) everyone culled, not just particular ethnicities.

 

 

yeah they are supremacists who intend to be the last man standing.

 

They may have advanced groups like 'black lives matter' but its not because they want to help black people but because they want to play off different sections of society against each other as part of a divide and conquer strategy

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3 hours ago, pete675 said:

Probably caused by wearing dirty face masks for days on end.

 

And what do you know, there's another vax to 'help' combat the newly prevalent RSV:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-63729028

 

Doubtless this vax will produce side effects that will need to be treated with yet another drug. 

 

La La! The mad (but profitable) merry go round keeps going round... 

 

Soon, we will be needing a vax to save the children.

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10 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

As anti facts sir already pointed out in another thread that swindon was one of the first places made into a 'smart' city so people there are being heavily irradiated in a radiation kill zone:

 

Smart cities: bringing science fiction to Swindon’s high street

By Anita Jaynes on 5 December, 2020

You may have heard of Smart Cities as a concept, but for many it remains frustratingly vague. Simply put, it’s about combining technology and information to improve lives and services. Think of Swindon as a massive orchestra, and instead of different instruments, you would have various sensors. From traffic lights and post boxes, to sensors built into lampposts, bridges and pavements – all of them connected, and all of them working in symphony. 

It’s likely that, in the very near future, you could see smart technology become ubiquitous in Swindon. In our homes right now many of us have voice-activated devices, lightbulbs intelligent enough to switch off when people leave the room, and almost all of us are tethered to our smartphone. In time we will start to see a similar proliferation of smart devices in our local communities. 

The reasons for doing so are compelling. With an increased amount of smart city technology on our streets, analysts believe it could reduce fatalities, either by accidents or through crime, by 8-10%[ii]. In a city of five million people, that saves 300 lives each year. 

However, smart devices are not just about reacting to what the data is showing, it’s about being predictive as well and putting in place measures that will have a range of benefits. 

For all of this to work, data has to be shared effectively. If we are suddenly going to be ramping up the number of data cities are producing and capturing, we need to make sure the infrastructure is in place to handle it. 

https://www.tbeswindonandwilts.co.uk/technology-news/smart-cities-bringing-science-fiction-to-swindons-high-street/

UK's first WiFi town: Swindon to offer free wireless internet access to all

By Luke Salkeld for the Daily Mail
Updated: 12:06 EST, 17 November 2009

Until now it has been a town probably best known for its innovative approach to roundabouts.

But Swindon has unveiled plans which could make it a technological front runner by giving wireless internet access to every single one of its residents - for free.

The £1million project to build a 'WiFi Mesh' aims to provide blanket wi-fi coverage using a network of 'internet access points' at 1,400 locations.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1228506/WiFi-town-Swindon-offer-free-wireless-internet-access-all.html

The entire content of the 'Invisible Rainbow' book is scientifically plausible, more than can be said for the vaccine and virus cult that now afflicts us. 

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Well worth the time to watch, Dr Bryan Ardis interviewed by Seth Holehouse, CRISPR-Cas9 gets a mention in this one along with chemtrails and ways to breakdown the Plasmid DNA.

 

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What's Plasmid DNA? Why's the Cabal Putting it in Food, Water, Air & Vaccines?! Dr. Ardis Interv

Duration 01:02:49

https://www.bitchute.com/video/DlCFJGlkb7xH/

 

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On 11/21/2023 at 12:16 PM, Freaky Dragonfly said:

People who stuck by UK Covid rules have worst mental health, says survey

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/nov/21/people-who-stuck-by-uk-covid-rules-have-worst-mental-health-says-survey

 

"The fear, loss and trauma created by the pandemic are having a lasting impact on many people’s mental health. For some, this may have been exacerbated by the loss of social solidarity from seeing others not complying with the same restrictions,” said Andy Bell, its chief executive. 


 

Those people where not to Savie before covid! So no change there

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On 11/21/2023 at 11:16 AM, Freaky Dragonfly said:

People who stuck by UK Covid rules have worst mental health, says survey

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/nov/21/people-who-stuck-by-uk-covid-rules-have-worst-mental-health-says-survey

 

"The fear, loss and trauma created by the pandemic are having a lasting impact on many people’s mental health. For some, this may have been exacerbated by the loss of social solidarity from seeing others not complying with the same restrictions,” said Andy Bell, its chief executive. 

 

 

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Those who followed the restrictions most closely when the pandemic hit are the most likely to be suffering from stress, anxiety and depression, academics at Bangor University have found.

 

They identified that people with “communal” personalities – who are more caring, sensitive and aware of others’ needs – adhered the most rigorously with the lockdown protocols that Boris Johnson and senior medics and scientists recommended.

 

However, people with “agentic” personalities – who are more independent, more competitive and like to have control over their lives – were least likely to exhibit those behaviours.

 

Independent minded I'd say, not agentic.

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